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United Overseas Bank advances remote working and key projects with VMware
UOB has deepened its partnership with VMware with the aim of enabling safe and effective remote working in today’s world.
Lack of digital talent in Australia, report finds
“When leaders prioritise investment in training, they retain talent and grow revenue more rapidly."
NSW government invests in local VR projects
The aim of the initiative is to help artists and cultural practitioners develop their skills and extend their audiences.
Acquia reports huge growth in APAC
The company have cited an unprecedented demand for their cloud and open source digital technology.
Teachers want to do more with digital technologies
New research, from a survey of over 300 schools, finds a desire to work with digital technologies, but a need for more training to deliver it.
Manifesto challenges NZ leadership to pursue tech future
“The prosperity of New Zealand is inextricably linked to how we embrace our future as a digital nation.”
Digital Inking could drive digital thinking
Can educators use digital inking to improve student learning in class? Will it help create more insightful feedback and elaborate student work?
Digital tech at the forefront of education direction
“For young people growing up today, the virtual world is as real as the physical world."
Collaboration keeps digital tech alive at Christchurch schools
A joint effort between several secondary and tertiary institutes results in quality technology learning for high school students in Canterbury.
Top ten reasons for your customers to use Windows Essential Business Server 2008
Designed for mid-size business EBS 2008 brings together the series of Microsoft technologies that mid-sized businesses need most.